Phil Hellmuth as Super Hero Thor ...7000 and Counting in This Year's WSOP

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Jul/04/2018

The entries at this year's World Series of Poker is above the 7000 mark and a final tally was coming during the overnight hours.

More than 4,000 players were expected to take to the felt for Flight C Wednesday's play, which got started at 2 pm Vegas time.

This was also the day bracelet record holder Phil Hellmuth was set to arrive dressed as a Marvel character.  We had no idea which one until today.

Hellmuth arrived as Thor.  Scroll Down

He tweeted:

My Thor costume made by @SIQClothing, nice job Susie!! This interlude w @RealKidPoker caught LIVE on ESPN2 @WSOP Coverage #POSITIVITY #PHNiceLife

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